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SOLSTICE

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HEAVY WINTER MERINOS CHINO ! 

° 100% recycled merinos wool

° Classic Carrot Cut / slim fit

° Crotch “easy walking” piece

° Garment made in Portugal

° Black

° 30/31/32

° Machine Wash at 30° C | Dry clean, normal cycle | Iron at low temperature | Do not bleach | Do not tumble dry

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HEAVY WINTER MERINOS CHINO ! 

° 100% recycled merinos wool

° Classic Carrot Cut / slim fit

° Crotch “easy walking” piece

° Garment made in Portugal

° Black

° 30/31/32

° Machine Wash at 30° C | Dry clean, normal cycle | Iron at low temperature | Do not bleach | Do not tumble dry

SOLSTICE

In 2014, David Bloch and Alexander Imhoff founded solstice with the simple idea to create desirable premium essentials that can inspire escapism to the wonders of our planet while respecting it.

Taking inspiration from their travels throughout the world, their passion for architecture, the Olympics vintage graphics and geometry, they imagine collections in-between modernism and classism, precision and functionality. The garments are simple, confortable on the skin and with discrete details for an effortless look, but also an easy match with everybody actual wardrobe.

Fabrics are sourced from experienced and high quality producers in Italy, Japan, Portugal and Switzerland. The manufacturing of the garments and trims is entirely done in Western Europe.

The cotton is certified by GOTS* and oko 100, the wool is oko 100*,.... and they try to increase the amount of recycled content.

* GOTS is an international label for organic textiles. It states that production is ecologically and socially responsible. There are also quality requirements for products. 

Oeko-Tex Standard 100 or Öko-Tex Standard 100 is an independent testing and certification system for textile products from all stages of production (fibres, yarns, fabrics, ready-to-use end products, including accessories) along the textile value chain.